It seems like a match made in heaven, but there are many reasons why Carmelo Anthony likely won't end up with the Lakers.
Larry Coon takes a long-term look at the NBA under its collective bargaining agreement and identifies the possible winners and losers by the 2016-17 season.
Larry Coon says for the Los Angeles Lakers, the future of their franchise now comes down to Mike D'Antoni or Dwight Howard.
Larry Coon groups the NBA teams according to their salary-cap situation. The Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers will likely have to pay quite a luxury tax next season.
Larry Coon says there are several external factors that will compel the Knicks to match Houston's offer sheet to Jeremy Lin.
Larry Coon takes a look at the remaining salary cap situations for all 30 NBA teams.
Larry Coon explains how the rules of the new collective bargaining agreement could have an impact on teams' approach to "Big 3" star systems going forward.
Larry Coon offers his list of possible amnesty candidates, which includes Carlos Boozer, Andray Blatche and Darko Milicic.
Larry Coon analyzes the impact of March 1 on the NBA trade market.
Jeremy Lin unlikely to slip through New York Knicks' hands in free agency this NBA offseason.
NBA lockout: Will there be NBA games played on Nov. 1? Larry Coon has the answer.
Free agency could be very costly to Carmelo Anthony, Larry Coon writes.
Carmelo Anthony has an early-termination option in his contract. That favors a deal by the Feb. 24 trade deadline, Larry Coon explains.
Will Carmelo Anthony and the Nuggets part ways? They have a lot to sort out first.
With relatively rosy salary-cap news, free-agent budgets just got fatter.